Animal mutilation in Santa Vitória do Palmar-RS [1975]

“The udder is extracted from a strangely shaped cow” [SPIPDV Research]

TRANSLATION

On July 13th, 1975.

“Another strange and unprecedented fact happened to one of the animals from Mr. Osman Rodrigues’ Farm, located in Santa Vitória do Palmar (RS).

At dawn that day, the employees found a Polled-Angus cow dead in strange circumstances. The udder was extracted from the animal by means of a perfect circular incision, completely covering it, so that it came out entirely, including, with all its branching of blood vessels, milk ducts, breasts, etc. There was no bleeding and the udder was completely clean.

This cow was in the most perfect health, as was verified at the time of the daily inspection made on the previous day, in the afternoon. It would have suffered a quick death during the night, because, in the place, where the animal was lying, there was no sign that he had kicked scratching the ground. The udder was extracted at night in a very strange way, and with such perfection, that is, the circle cut was made, at once, without suffering any deviation. Such a feat is unprecedented, according to the experts, because no man “no matter how experienced he was, would hardly be able to execute that perfect cut.

After realizing the strange fact, Mr. Osman’s employees removed the animal’s skin, as usual, and buried the rest. This curious episode happened just 150 meters from the farm houses, and nobody noticed anything, not even the animal’s screaming.

What strange “thieves” could only be interested in the cow’s udder and didn’t take away its precious meat?! For what purpose? SPIPDV Research.”


STRANGE DEATH OF A LAMB [SPIPDV Research]

TRANSLATION

Between July 27th and 31st, 1975. 

At Mr. Osman Rodrigues’ Farm, in Santa Vitória do Palmar (RS), another strange case was repeated with one of his sheep.

According to Mr. OSman’s own report, a sheep from his property, of the Corriedale breed, gave birth to a lamb, apparently in normal birth, during the night. However, shortly after dawn, the little animal was found dead in strange circumstances.

On its muzzle, something like a “suction cup” had been placed, and it seems that, by this means, all the blood was extracted. This was verified, when removing the respective skin, as usual. The bones of the muzzle and around it were completely broken or dented, possibly due to the strong compression suffered. Also an interesting detail: from the tip of the tongue, which was retracted into the mouth, a piece was removed, using a sharp instrument or something like that.

Both Mr. Osman and his employees are of the opinion that it would be impossible for such a thing to be the work of a dog or even any other predatory animal, since they did not notice any scratching of the claws in the lamb, or teeth mark on the lamb’s body.

Such an episode happened in the same area where in 1973 those others were recorded, in which the sheep appeared dead, in the middle of the flock, with “strange holes in the neck” and completely without blood. (See SPIPDV Bulletin no. 03). And, following the example of that occasion, strange luminous objects that have not been identified can also be seen in the same area during the night. / SFIFDV research /. “


Cf. ARQUIVO NACIONAL (Brasil). Sistema de Informações do Arquivo Nacional (SIAN). Fundo ‘Objeto Voador Não Identificado (OVNI)’. Código de Referência BR DFANBSB ARX.0.0.151. “Fatos estranhos ocorridos com animais em fazendas”. Brasília, DF. 1952 a 2015. Último acesso realizado em 27/05/2020.

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